02/01/21 • Nebraska vaccine data • Nationwide case trends

How to Register for the COVID-19 Vaccine in Nebraska

People can go to the newly launched vaccine portal to fill out their names, addresses and basic details that would place them in line to get immunized. Unless registrants qualify for immediate immunization, they will likely get a response saying they will be alerted when it’s their turn in line.

Reed Moore’s Daily Rundown

Good Afternoon,

Today we have stories about a new affordable housing project in midtown, Omaha’s new FBI special agent in charge, and Omaha’s new goal to cut traffic deaths to zero. 

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Around Omaha

  • A $26 million apartment project will focus on affordability for tenants, supported by city financing and low-income housing tax credits.
  • Omaha’s new FBI special agent in charge talks about the threat of domestic terrorism and the importance of cyber security.
  • Omaha joins international movement Vision Zero, setting a goal to cut annual traffic deaths to zero. 

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Mix it up!

If you enjoy a nice adult beverage but are tired of stomaching cheap tall boys or stiff mixed drinks, get yourself some bartending accoutrements and get to shaking. The good news is the best ones for winter don’t require too much skill, hot toddies, mulled ciders and Irish coffees being high on the list. If you want to take it a step further, you can infuse your liquors with herbs, fruits and other great flavors to spice up a simple cocktail

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